Oct 17, 2014
In Episode 6 of Accredited Investor Markets Radio, host Chris Cahill and Jesse Clem, the co-founder and CEO of Loquidity, talk about investing in real estate. Their discussion includes changes in how real estate investment opportunity and accredited investors find one another, changes in state law that abet the JOBS Act in encouraging general solicitation of accredited investors, and potential advantages for investors presented by a regionally-focused real estate investment platform.
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You can learn more about Jesse Clem and Loquidity by visiting www.loquidity.com
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Jesse Clem is the cofounder and CEO of Loquidity, bringing more than 15 years of experience as a senior leader at Fortune 500 corporations within the IT industry to bear in developing a seamless user experience for Loquidity’s community of investors. Aspiring to disrupt the traditionally opaque real estate investment process, he helped found the company to bring high quality opportunities to a wide range of investors, catering to those interested in revitalizing their local communities. He is also a seasoned investor with more than seven years’ experience investing in multifamily and commercial real estate.
Jesse has a unique ability to blend business, real estate and technology into his ventures, having launched and sold numerous successful enterprises. In addition to his extensive personal real estate portfolio, he also created a hard money lending capital company to provide debt financing for numerous projects in the West Michigan area. He received his Bachelors of Science in Computer Science from Taylor University and also holds an MBA from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.